He is very lazy and the reason man utd equalised the goal to denied Chelsea three points in stoppage-time of their Premier League clash

Manchester United denied Chelsea three points in stoppage-time of their Premier League clash, and Roy Keane targeted two stars for criticism.

Roy Keane blasted Chelsea defender Ben Chilwell for being ‘lazy’ and having ‘no desire’ after his role in Manchester United’s stoppage-time equaliser in their 1-1 draw on Saturday. Stamford Bridge hosted an exhilarating end to the Premier League clash, and Keane was critical of Chilwell and one other Chelsea player’s contribution.

Jorginho fired home an 87th-minute penalty, seemingly ending the fascinating tactical battle between Graham Potter and Erik ten Hag in the former’s favour. However, Casemiro cropped up with a sensational header in the 94th minute, snatching a point for United in west London.

After full-time, Keane and Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink discussed the entertaining affair in the Sky Sports studio. And Keane slammed Chilwell for his role in Casemiro’s last-ditch leveller, claiming the Brazilian midfielder wanted it more than him and labelling a lack of desire as a typical trait of the modern-day full-back.

He said: “Really good header. Again, Chelsea were all over the place, considering they have an experienced centre-back. Chilwell was jumping for the sake of it… I don’t like that. [Chilwell] was going through the motions, [and it was an] amazing header. When the ball comes in, it’s situations like this – who wants it the most? It’s the modern full-back, wing-back, laziness, no desire. [But it was an] amazing header.”

Hasselbaink said: “Overall, did they do enough? No. But they got their noses in front. When you do, you need to see it out. Big teams see it out even if they’re not playing well.

“They didn’t do it right. They went on the back foot. When you have throw-ins, throw them in the corners to kill time. They let too many crosses in, and if you do that, Man United have players who can put the ball in the back of the net.”

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